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Bonneville SE Review
Although the Triumph Bonneville does not boast the performance pedigree established in the 1960s by its identically named predecessor, the English motorcycle retains the styling panache and has rebranded itself as a do-it-all everyman’s motorbike. Now available in three flavors-the standard, the upscale T-100, and the lower-riding SE-the Bonneville line casts its widest net yet.
Steve McQueen Bonneville
British motorcycle manufacturer Triumph and Swiss watch manufacturer TAG Heuer have collaborated to create a special, one-of-a-kind "Bonneville Heuer" Triumph motorcycle. The association between Triumph and TAG Heuer comes as a result of their common values and the legacy of Steve McQueen, who was famously linked to both brands.
The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) is pleased to announce the final member of the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame Class of 2009: motorcycle accessory innovator and apparel pioneer Robert Bates. Bates is among nine motorcycling heroes who will be honored at the 2009 induction ceremony at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas this Dec. 5.
"In many ways, motorcycling attracts individuals, and that individualism often manifests itself in how we customize our motorcycles," said AMA President and CEO Rob Dingman.